DescriptionThis reference handbook is the first to provide a comprehensive overview, systematically characterizing all known transporters involved in drug elimination and resistance. Combining recent knowledge on all known classes of drug carriers, from microbes to man, it begins with a look at human and mammalian transporters. This is followed by microbial, fungal and parasitic transporters with special attention given to transport across those physiological barriers relevant for drug uptake, distribution and excretion.
As a result, this key resource lays the foundations for understanding and investigating the molecular mechanisms for multidrug resistance in cancer cells, microbial resistance to antibiotics and pharmacokinetics in general.
For anyone working with antibiotics and cancer chemotherapeutics, as well as being of prime interest to biochemists and biophysicists.
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Wiley Encyclopedia of Chemical Biology, 4 Volume Set (Hardcover $1,840.00)
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1 The ABC Transporters: Structural Insights into Drug Transport
2 Biochemistry, Physiology, and Pharmacology of Nucleoside and Nucleobase Transporters
3 Organic Anion Transporting Polypeptides (Oatps/OATPs)
4 CNS Transporters as Drug Targets
5 Bacterial Multidrug Transporters: Molecular and Clinical Aspects
6 Pleiotropic drug resistance in yeast and fungal pathogens
7 QSAR studies on ABC-transporters: how to deal with polyspecificity
8 Drug Transporter Pharmacophores
9 Biological Membranes and Drug Transport
10 Transport at the Blood-Brain Barrier
11 Bile canalicular transporters
12 Interplay of Cytochrome P450 Isoenzymes and ABC-transporter
13 ABC-Transporter: From target to antitarget
14 A Systems Biology View of Drug Transporters
15 Drug Transporters in Health and Disease
"Overall, the book is a specialised text (as reflected in the price) that provides a comprehensive review of drug transporters. It would also be a welcome addition to any well stocked university library." (PJ Online, 12 November 2010)